http://cameo.techmagsocial.com/stevepriebe/ Gary chats with Steve Priebe of "EMF FreeZone," who visited TechMag Social to demonstrate his Electromagnetic Field Balancers.
It's a simple fact that things running electrical currents, such as wires, generate electromagnetic fields (EMF) that extend beyond themselves. Can we, as humans, feel these fields, or is this all hogwash? Our bodies contain a nervous system that works on electrical impulses. Certain animals and insects, such as sharks and wasps, are attracted to EMF. Wireless devices and other electronics are in every home.
EMF aren't going to disappear any time soon. If anything, they'll get worse before they get better (if they get better).
Engineers know how to keep EMF and signals from interfering with each other, and even how to block them altogether. But since we probably can't live inside Faraday cages and continue to lead normal lives, what can we do to keep these signals from affecting our physiological electrochemical systems?
Steve Priebe is personally--and painfully--aware of this problem. His company, EMF FreeZone, arose from Steve's own experience with being affected by EMF. EMF balancing products made a significant difference in his recovery from debilitating illness, the cause of which could not be discovered by his doctors.
EMF FreeZone offers products that balance and reduce EMF damage. These products are based on the research of Peter Webb into the effects of EMF on plants, animals and humans. They range from balancers that can adjust the energy of a room, to personal energy balancers and even a soil-balancing supplement.
Balancers range in size and shape from a credit card to a bulk-sized soup can, so you can select the balancer you need to improve and maintain your well being in your home, your office, your car, or even when dining out.
EMF FreeZone has helped thousands of clients over the years to eliminate the adverse effects of environmental stress -- and enabled them to live a healthier, happier life at home and work.
Steve Priebe, EMF Free Zone